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Address: 87, Muswell Hill Broadway, London, N10 3HA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 16349) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Highgate (0.9 miles), East Finchley (1 mile)

Nearest train stations Alexandra Palace (1.3 miles), Bowes Park (1.6 miles), Hornsey (1.8 miles)

Chain: O'Neills

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 32 users)
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Now a "steakhouse" bring back the church
Pubpunk2018 - 14 Jul 2018 20:36
To update previous review as I regulally pop in here for a few Pints as its just around the corner from my house. I seem to remember this was the Temperance Hall when I was young its still a nice Building inside. I find this Pub is not bad during the day time Or Early evenings During the week but I would always Avoid weekends & when there is Sport on as it gets full & very noisy. Worst aspect of this place is most the staff are absolute abysmal and arrogant with no Manners no Please or Thank you just slap the change on the bar and walk away. Prices are very cheap For food & Beer in comparison too most other local places on the Broadway but the Only Ales on are London Pride or Doombar and Both were served with far too much head. Much better Pub on the other end of the road with more choice of Ales.
Alesonly - 24 Jun 2013 12:22
Has been doing real ale for about a year now - nothing exciting London Pride and Doom Bar but both have been in good nick in recent visits. The Irish branding is just that - a brand - this is Mitchells and Butlers (Harvester, Toby, All Bar One etc). Food cheap and of the Harvester variety. Too large to be anything other than a bit anonymous and soul-less. Bit of a meat market at the weekends, with bouncers on the door. Once you've forced yourself past the smokers who clutter up and litter the front entrance, you are in a wonderful building as others have mentioned - but it should be noted that it was the Firkin chain who originally converted this disused church - not Mitchells and Butlers as someone else stated.
@brianbrain if you like Sky Sports you want to reconsider the John Baird - numerous screens and the big games tend to take over the pub - and I've never found it unfriendly.
StatusBaby - 14 Apr 2012 00:11
Now the Green Man, Village, Well and slug are closed its one of the few remaining pubs. Aside from the poncy John Baird which is very unfriendly. A good pub, with friendly staff now that Karen the attitude woman has left. Who used to treat the place like her private fiefdom. Recommended -food good value and wide range of beers although awful for Sky sports -seem to resent showing sport and often upstairs only and low volume.
brianbrain - 19 Feb 2012 03:23
great pub - love the massive open space, great place to chill out with a pint and a paper or to meet friends too. Perfect.
tpemckiernan - 23 Sep 2011 11:42

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